No new cases of Covid-19 reported

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"As people begin staying home less and attend gatherings, it is important to understand that the virus has not been eliminated, and there is no vaccine available to prevent people from getting this infection", health officials said in a statement.

The Wood County Health Department and Wood County Coroner is releasing new information on the May 22 COVID death.

The county also received nearly 1,994 diagnostic tests results for the novel coronavirus - the highest daily return since the county began releasing those numbers at the beginning of this month. The death is the first in Wood County associated with COVID-19.

A news release stated, the patient had no underlying health conditions. Importantly, County officials also reported that 33 of those cases have recovered and are no longer active.

'Life-threatening' flood submerges central MI city after two dams breached
Wednesday, and is for the Tittabawassee river from the Sanford Dam to the Chippawassee school area in East Central Midland County. She told people to evacuate the area around Midland, urging those in the flooding zones to get to a shelter.

No new cases today means the total number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 remains at 1154.

Mecklenburg County has seen a total of 2,954 coronavirus cases, according to state health data Friday morning. Of all those cases, 24 are considered recovered.

According to those latest Alabama Department of Public Health figures - 1,573 individuals have been hospitalized since March 13th, and the number tested now stands at 179,272.

On Thursday, Florida COVID-19 cases experienced its highest jump in positive tests since mid-April. They can assist you in scheduling an appointment at Mason Health's Drive Thru COVID-19 testing.

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